Cadillac Fairview launches new Gourmet District in Pointe-Claire – HRImag: HOTELS, DISTRIBUTIONS and INSTITUTIONS

Cadillac Fairview launches new Gourmet District in Pointe-Claire – HRImag: HOTELS, DISTRIBUTIONS and INSTITUTIONS


Photo credit: CF Fairview Pointe Claire

Cadillac Fairview (CF) announced the completion of its recent revitalization, CF Fairview Pointe Claire, which includes improvements to the city’s common areas and facade as well as the transformation of the food court – renamed the Gourmet District and featuring an open modern concept . The space officially opened its doors to the public on April 1. The food court will host gaming stations and restaurants throughout the month and until 2022.

The new Gourmet District, with 30,000 square feet, will occupy the ground floor of the former Sears building. The former food court will be converted into retail space. “After many months of construction, we are excited to launch the Gourmet District and welcome new food vendors and restaurants,” said Laurent Bruneau, General Manager of CF Fairview Pointe Claire, in a press release.

The Gourmet District will bring together various interesting stations and restaurants: A&W, Rock’N Deli, Souvlaki Bar, Manchu Wok, Thaï Express, Koryo, Bento Sushi, Poulet Rouge, Real Fruit Bubble Tea, and Boustan, Place Tevere and Grillades Torino which will be opened in September.

Tommy Coffee + Aperitif and Lucille’s Oyster Dive

CF Fairview Pointe Claire’s expanded dining offering will include 17 new food vendors, as well as four sit-down restaurants, including three with outdoor entrances and patios offering outdoor seating, expected to open later this year. Two more restaurants will be announced in the coming weeks.

Among those who will open soon, we find Tommy Coffee + Aperitif (opening June), a neighborhood coffee shop and bar that offers a selection of coffees, pastries, snacks and drinks, has a mix of modern design, mid-century furniture and Victorian architecture. There will also be a Lucille’s Oyster Divewhich has been serving traditional oyster and seafood dishes since 2009. The restaurant serves traditional dishes such as lobster rolls, fish and chips, and its own dry-aged, charcoal-grilled house beef.

In line with Cadillac Fairview’s national sustainability program, Le Vert ça Rapporte, CF Fairview Pointe Claire has partnered with Solucycle, a Quebec company that offers food waste management and recycling solutions. Thanks to Solucycle and together with the recycling centers located in the Gourmet District, organic waste will be sorted and collected from retailers throughout the center, converted into natural gas, and then converted into renewable natural gas.

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